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all rent hikes and evictions in oakland. the city board was in section until after midnight with a packed house awaiting the decision. jackie ward is live in oakland with what this meeks for renters and landlords in the city. -- with what this means for renters and landlords in the city. reporter: this happened just a few hours ago when the city council unanimously declared a housing emergency in their city. so this now means that the council has 90 days to write new policies and regulations that will hopefully help their renters out. maybe libby schaaf says one in four renters are in danger of being displaced. that's one of the reasons hundreds attended the meeting last night until is 1 a.m. the council heard stories from people who are on the brink of losing their home. the median rent in oakland is $3,000 a month. even if a person is working full time, it's too much. >> people here are basically going to be living out of cars, up under freeways. >> already do! >> i know! but i mean, it's gonna be even more so! people who work every, single day. and this is ridiculous. you gonna be concerned about other people in other
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countries, you can't take care of people here now. >> reporter: adjustments on airbnb will be considered during this 90-day moratorium. some believe the current regulations are restricting the current housing supply. that's one of many issues in the city according to some renters. programs haven't been put in place. but according to a landlord, he says that this will hurt him and that he is calling it political showmanship. he never evicted anyone in 17 years as a property owner. jackie ward, kpix 5. a superior court judge has rejected a legal attempt to prevent san jose from repealing a plan to reform city workers' pensions. it was in 2012 city voters approved measure b touted by then the mayor chuck reed as a way to cut costs. the reduced pension contributions to a mass exodus to the police department [ sic ]. under the current mayor they
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reached a deal to reform the pension reform plan. >> that paves the way for rebuilding this police department making us competitive and starting to for the first time add police officers something we haven't been able to do in many, many years. >> former city councilman pete constant and the sillicon valley taxpayers association have tried to block those changes. it's not clear if they plan to appeal the judge's ruling. at uc-berkeley one sexual harassment scandal broke and soon many more followed. now the current cal swimming coach is accused of making advances towards a male coworker. the "chronicle" reports todd -- now the "san francisco chronicle" reports that a current cal swimming coach made advances toward a male coworker. todd mulzet is accused of making suggestive comments about the man's appearance touching him appropriately and offering him $300 for oral sex. he reportedly denied the allegations and was quoted as saying his remarks were not meant sexually. the newspaper get public records that showed 11 more staff members have been disciplined or fired due to sexual harassment allegations in the last five years. so far, the swimming coach was
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only punishment with a pay cut. the "chronicle" reports one teacher offered a student a weekend of, quote, guilty pleasures and sin. the university has formed a task force focused solely on sexual harassment. a pacifica woman is out on bail this morning after being accused of stealing $180,000 from st. ignatius high school in san francisco. police say the woman was arraigned on embezzlement charges stemming from a parent- run volunteer committee. between 2007 and 2012 she is accused of stealing money from from a school account she controlled. all the money was raised by the community and students for the school. cynthia mauer faces six counts of embezzlement and six counts of grand theft. san francisco may soon be the most family-friendly city in the country. yesterday, the board of supervisors unanimously passed legislation that gives new parents six weeks of fully paid leave the first of its kind in
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the nation. the mayor says he will sign it. the state already pays 55% of parents' salaries for those six weeks. now companies that have more than 20 employees will be required to make up the other 45%. >> we need to stop forcing parents to make the terrible decision about whether to bond with a child or whether to put food on the table. >> while this may be good news for the workers, small business owners tell us they are concerned the new policy could hurt their bottom line. bay area travelers will soon have a new way to fly to southern california. starting april 19, buchanan field airport in concord will have three daily flights to burbank. later in the month there will also be flights to las vegas on weekends. jetsuite a private operator will offer the flights. the aircraft will be 30-seat jets but the prices should be the same as better known airlines. >> at this point, they are looking at $109 each way and
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that would probably escalate up to $250 to to $300 each way once they get into full service. >> about 300 small planes fly in and out of buchanan field daily and the airport says these additional flights won't affect noise levels. >> sauve gas is a little closer if you live in the east bay. >> let's go! [ laughter ] >> i'm game. how about the traffic on a wednesday? how we doing? >> it is busy. our hot spots right now are mostly in the south bay. we are seeing some stop-and-go conditions awrong 101 in a couple -- along 101 in a couple of spots. northbound around oakland road, accident cleared out of lane, 16 miles per hour for the drive time so it's slow. you're backed up well beyond 280/680 interchange so your drive times sluggish now. 18 minutes northbound from there all the way towards 237. 280 looking good. a backup on 87. also, along 101 as you work your way out of morgan hill this morning so give yourself a few extra minutes there. you're going to need some extra time for the bay bridge there. metering lights were turned on at 5:30. you're backed up into the maze. all approaches are starting to
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see some delays so eastshore freeway slow out of emeryville. westbound 580 sluggish, as well. once you get across the upper deck an accident westbound 80 on the 5th street off-ramp, possible injuries in the wreck. that's traffic. let's check the hot forecast. here's roberta. you want to know what a day that goes down in the record books looks like? this is it. this is our live weather camera from mount vaca this morning. camera is wavering a bit but i just looked at the wind. it's out of the north at about 6 to 9 miles per hour. otherwise, look at the sun as it begins to come up on a day that's going to shatter records right here in the san francisco bay area. temperatures right now 46 degrees in santa rosa. it is 59 degrees in san francisco. so the temperature generally does go down a bit right before the sun-up. that's what's happening right now. but the numbers will go up today 10 degrees. 10 degrees in comparison to yesterday. those are the records we are going to break today all in the 80s. we are going to top off in the 90s. remember, we're not academically made yet.
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we haven't seen -- we're not acclimated yet. we haven't seen 90s since last october. 94 in morgan hill. 96 discovery bay. 88 from vallejo through benicia and temperatures from the 70s to 80s to 90s in novato. more coming up. thank you. california could actually play a major role in the presidential primary races this year after democratic front- runner hillary clinton and republican front-runner donald trump fell short in wisconsin. on the gop side, ted cruz took the badger state with 48% of the vote besting trump and john kasich. the win gave cruz 33 delegates and trump got three. >> tonight is a turning point. it is a rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders won wisconsin by about 13% over clinton. >> we have a path toward
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victory a path toward the white house. >> as for our state's primary, kpix 5's political analyst predicts the closer the race gets the more our votes will count. >> two things became likely. number one it will be an open convention and number 2 the last bulwark to prevent an open convention is going to be california. so either way, for californians, very good news. >> after this saturday's democratic caucuses in wyoming, the next big contest are the democratic and republican primaries in new york april 19. as the candidates try to win new york, president obama is flying to the bay area to support his party. the white house says heading to a few democratic fundraisers on friday an plans to stay the night in san francisco -- and plans to stay the night in san francisco. he will go back to washington on saturday. his last bay area fundraising trip was in february. time now is 6:08. comedian amy schumer is in a
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feud with a popular magazine. coming up, the printed comment that has schumer angry. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. the boys of summer will be playing a night game but boy, will it be a warm night. we have the full forecast straight ahead. >> and your traffic hot spots are the bay bridge and in the south bay. i'll have a look at that coming right up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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imaging camera to find the little guy after he fell from an attic and got stuck in a wall in san leandro. firefighters were able to cut out the cat and get him to safety. >> he's good. all right. if you thought bart trains were looking worse for the wear, you're not the only one. bart does, too. so today it's unveiling a new fleet of cars for your commute. the trains took a cross-country ride from new york last month. the new fleet will have 775 new cars. the unveiling is at 10 a.m. in bart in hayward. >> looks cool. >> and we need them. >> yeah. >> that's for sure. all right. how are the roads this mornin. roads, we have a couple of things brewing out there. here's a live look at what you are in store for as you make your way on 101 at alum rock. brian kiley with the shot there. yeah, it is busy. stop-and-go conditions. the problem was you have this accident at oakland road which is north of here and it's
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really causing an early backup. now, that's a slow area anyway for the morning drive out of san jose. still 16 miles per hour in some spots for your drive times and looks like it's busy anyways from before there down to capitol expressway. so you get a break once you hit 237 on the northbound side. 17 minutes for your drive time and again tack on at least another five to eight minutes on that if you are coming just before 280/680 for your commute. 280 itself looking better 12 minutes between 101/680 to 85. guadalupe parkway okay. bay bridge you have the metering lights on turned on at 5:30 this morning. so it is a slow right off our approaches now especially off the eastshore freeway where it's 24 minutes if you are going from the carquinez bridge to the maze. westbound 580 starting to see a bit of a backup. once you get across the upper deck past the metering lights you're going to run into a snag westbound 80 on the skyway there at 5th street. it's on the off-ramp so heads up if you plan to exit there. at least one lane is blocked for an accident involving a
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vehicle and a motorcycle, possible injuries in that wreck. new wreck reported south 880 right at "a" street in hayward. so a busy ride southbound 238 into fremont on the nimitz freeway. if you are cutting over to the san mateo bridge, extra volume now a few more cars hitting the roads on that westbound side heading out of 880 over towards 101. 16 minutes now to make that trek and 12 minutes is what you'll need if you take highway 4 this morning between hillcrest to 242. good news, no accidents though along highway 4. that's traffic. here's robert. in san jose yesterday's high was 82. that was up from where we should be for this time of the year into the 60s. visibility is unlimited at this hour and it looks like today is going to be a record-breaking day right interest in the south bay with a forecast high in the -- right there in the south bay with a forecast high in the low 90s in san jose. 59 degrees in san francisco. the winds will under 5, will be blowing offshore from the north
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and the east up to 15 miles per hour later today. record heat today will be short- lived replaced by rain tomorrow from this guy upstream. right now we are under the influence of this bubbling ridge of high pressure that's strengthening but i want to talk about rain. now, right now our computer models suggest at this time tomorrow morning we'll see increasing clouds from the south drifting up north. some computer models suggest we could see rain as early as late tomorrow afternoon along the far southern coastal areas. but for the most part, futurecast places the rain by friday morning commute during the day up to about a quarter inch of rain expected in some location. now, meanwhile statewide today, let's back up and talk about the heat. nearly 90 in sacramento. it will be 90 in fresno, merced and modesto. look at monterey bay. 78 degrees, mid-60s high sierra. my pick city today, santa cruz, 91 degrees. now, the swells are knee high but be mindful heading into the
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water. water temperature is 56 degrees. we have 12 hours and 51 minutes of daylight today. get out and enjoy it. stay hydrated. we haven't seen these kinds of temperatures since october. up to 96 degrees, our outside number in discovery bay. tracy, oakley mountain house, also in gilroy to the south. and with it, it comes as a prize, with that heat the pollen report is off the charts. so if you have allergies, who doesn't? well, today very uncomfortable. here comes the rain late on thursday into your friday. a chance of lingering showers saturday. i think we'll see more rain in earnest by next wednesday, as well. make it a great "hump day." >> thank you. glamour magazine is in some hot water with a woman who never shies away from speaking her mind. >> comedian amy schumer is calling out the publication for implying her build is far from petit. glam more's special edition for
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full-figured women has a front cover about women who inspire us. she says glamour is wrong about her size and didn't warn her about the write-up. >> no way. there's no way. she is the same size as me and i don't think i'm plus size. >> she is attractive and funny and that makes her more attractive. >> she looks good. and, um, i would love to be featured in the plus size section. >> meanwhile glamour maintains plus size starts at 12 and it didn't specifically describe schumer with those words. up next, giant rabbits invading a bay area town. sounds like a bad horror film! but coming up, you will find out why the big bunnies are prompting some tighter security. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. ,,
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center. it's to protect an art exhi, its. the increase security is at place in san francisco's civic center to protect an art exhibit with giant rabbits. the hope is to prevent vandalism like those at super bowl artwork in san francisco earlier this year. $34,000 for rabbit security comes from san francisco's arts commission, private donations, and a public art trust fee on developers. good morning. the warriors are not looking much like the warriors lately. in the words of steve kerr, bad coaching, bad playing, bad everything. the latest letdown last night versus minnesota. andre iguodala back on the court for the first time since march 11. steph curry did not have a basket in the first half but going into the third knocked down the three. golden state had a 17-point lead but the wolves came back. two-point game 20 seconds left. and there's the tie, 106. we go to overtime. in overtime the wolverines up 2.
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the rookie karl anthony towns down low to make it a four- point game. minnesota stuns the warriors 124-117 in overtime and now the warriors must win their final four games to break the single season win record. johnny cueto had a better night in wisconsin than donald trump. then again, he had more support like that man! brandon crawford second deck, that's five home runs in two games for the giants. they led 2-1 in the 7th. and brandon belt will miss it. joe panik did not. there's johnny cueto to recover the out. he allowed one run in seven innings. giants win 2-1. they could go undefeated. the a's looking for their first win against the white sox. shaun doolittle hoping to keep the game tied at 4 in the ninth. a's closer gave it up. oakland native a total eclipse of the heart. jimmy rollins. white sox win 5-4. the a's are now 0-2. they may not win a game all season. i'll get out of here and tell you the --kidding, a's fans.
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the sharks win their 28th road win of the season as they beat the minnesota wild. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. >> dennis is going to get a call from the oakland a's and roberta! [ laughter ] >> she's incensed! come on! how about those play-off- bound sharks? they are providing this morning's play of the day. here's what happened with san jose already up 1-0 second period. up top they score! patrick marleau didn't miss that time! he picks it up on the backhand. >> and he had a big night. that was the first of patrick marleau's two goals in the game as the sharks won 3-0. they beat minnesota. the warriors lost to minnesota. your play of the day right there. this morning the uconn women are national champions for a fourth straight time and are now the first women's program to win four consecutive national championships. they defeated syracuse 82-51 in last night's game thanks in part to briana stewart for a
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fourth time, she was named the final four's most outstanding player. that's never been done. the banana slugs are in danger. not the terrestrial mollusks but college athletes. in the next half-hour coming up, why a nearby university may drop its sports program. coming up. oakland city council unanimously approved a 90-day moratorium which freezes evictions and prevents increases in rent. ,,,,
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curbing a housing crisis. >> and this suddenly hot springtime weather is bringing out a lot of unwelcome visiters. >> here in the kpix 5 weather center, i have been jumping up and down telling but today's record heat. but how about the rain? i'll tell you when to expect it. >> you have some significant delays out of the east bay, details coming up. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, apri . i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. -- good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, april 6. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 6:30. the oakland city council put a 90-day moratorium on rent increases and eviction in the center. kpix 5's jackie ward live in oakland with more on what happens next in oakland. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the city council unanimously approved that 0 day moratorium so as you said, this will freeze evictions and prevent any rent increases during that time period. so the council will be using these 90 days to write new
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policies and regulations that will hopefully help renters out of. mayor libby schaaf says one in four people are in danger of being displaced. the median rent here is reportedly $3,000 a month in oakland and that's a big number especially for the people who make minimum wage. >> 60% of us are renters. there's nothing you can rent if you make $30,000 a year. >> they want to adjust short- term rentals adjustments. some believe the current regulations are constricting the city's housing supply so landlords are unhappy calling it a feel good fix preventing them from making building improvements in these 90 days. in oakland, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> this past october, didn't the oakland city council approve an action to actually fund educating people in the city's tenant protection laws so that's got to help the renters out a little bit, i would imagine.
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>> reporter: exactly so. councilmember kaplan is actually raising that exact question. she is asking why the funds that were approved back in october still haven't been released months later. they wanted to use that money to educate renters of their tenants's rights. back to you. >> thank you, jackie ward live in oakland. another report of trouble at santa clara county's main jail. an inmate had to get stitches after a fight. the fight involved 10 inmates in the medium security area. it happened on the second floor where inmates have bunk beds and shared space and where there is no camera to record what happened. county officials say it's the 78th fight just this year. there were 225 reported inmate fights all last year. the sheriff's department says there were no cameras in that area because it's the older part of the jail. cameras are being installed in more modern areas of the jail. the jail troubles were first exposed when three correctional deputies were accused of beating an inmate to death last
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august. an unusual convert venue will open in san jose. the san francisco armory's new permit was approved to host larger concert. there are some conditions though including limited hours during the workweek and allowing neighbors to get sound checks of their own. back in february, neighbors complained that the two concerts were very loud and did not have the proper permits. >> windows rattling, couldn't sleep. >> that was a mistake and we apologize. >> the armory owner promised to soundproof the doors and windows and control the volume. creeping crawling critters are showing up all over the bay area! sonoma county reptile rescue is responding to more calls from homeowners finding rattlesnakes in their yards. they say the grass is tall and there are plenty of rodents giving the snakes more of a reason to come near your home. >> everybody i'm telling you right now it's aid good year for rattlesnakes, a really good year. >> if you happen to cross paths
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with a rattlesnake call animal control or fire department to remove it. don't get close! like the photographer there. >> what did harrison ford say? i hate snakes. >> yeah. >> i remember that. >> they scare the bee jesus out of me. >> we had to learn to trap them in the mojave desert. i was spilling in lake del valle a couple of months ago. i hit something and i thought it was a stick and i looked up and i didn't know that northern american pacific rattlesnakes could swim. i talked to one of the rangers, and they said they want to cool off. they lay down on the backs and when you hit them roll back over. they are not dangerous unless provoked. >> unless you hit them when you're swimming. >> he swam away. it was a big one! lake del valle is still closed
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due to the algae bloom. air temperature now highway 50s. we have 58 degrees in concord. 46 in santa rosa. very mild start. record heat today. in fact, it hasn't been this hot on this date for 27 years. we are going to shatter those temperatures today with 90s in many locations. we're talking 80s at the beaches today, 90s around the peninsula and mid-90s morgan hill to gilroy 92 san jose through santa clara up to 96 degrees in discovery bay. and 70s, 80s and 90s north of the golden gate bridge. rain and we'll track it together coming up later. gianna. >> we are tracking this accident westbound 80 at powell street. unfortunately, a couple of cars got tangled up there. they are out of lanes. they are over to the shoulder. lanes are open but it's really slow now as you work your way westbound 80 coming out of berkeley through that berkeley curve into emeryville so busy conditions there. you will see some delays anyway coming away from the carquinez bridge this morning. your drive times now 34 minutes
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carquinez bridge to the maze. once you get to the bridge metering lights are on, west 80 at 5th street accident cleared no problems sluggish across the upper deck. north 101 busy out of the south bay this morning. we are seeing delays capitol expressway, stop-and-go conditions all the way towards 880, that accident near oakland road now cleared. but 16 minutes for your drive time, 280/680 to highway 237. frank? >> gianna, thank you. off to campaign 2016 now. the wisconsin primary only spells good news for a couple of underdogs. cbs news reporter don champion on the front-runner's push to win new york after last night's stumble. reporter: ted cruz quickly pivoted towards a general election after his victory over donald trump in wisconsin. >> together, we will win a majority of the delegates and together, we will beat hillary clinton in november. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: the texas senator picked up a majority of the state's 42 delegates making the possibility of a contested convention even more likely. last night, trump's camp bashed cruz and the republican
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establishment in a statement saying, quote, ted cruz is worse than a puppet. he is a trojan horse being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from mr. trump." cruz and trump will hit the ground here in new york today where trump hopes he has a home state advantage. on the democratic side, hillary clinton is also looking to rebound on home turf after losing to bernie sanders. >> i believe we have an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. [ applause ] >> reporter: even with the win, political analysts say the vermont senator still has a long road ahead. >> the truth still remains bernie sanders is behind in the delegates. he needs to win and keep winning and then win by larger margins to both, a, make up that delegate deficit or create a sense of momentum that he can then convince those superdelegates to flip and leave her and come to support him. >> reporter: clinton and sanders will debate in new york
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next thursday ahead of the state's primary april 19. don champion, cbs news, new york. >> some predict sanders will crush team clinton again when wyoming holds its democratic caucus on saturday. as for california's primary our votes could matter far more than normal. alex padilla our secretary of state agrees. he says a very large turnout is expected for the june 7 contest. padilla is working with the governor to be sure there's adequate staffing and plenty of ballot when voters rush to the polls that day. it sounds like the script from a comedy but walnut creek police are not laughing. a thief ended up in the hospital after he swallowed the evidence. the suspect stole this wedding ring. he was chased by officers and they say he swallowed the ring and crashed his car. the thief went to the hospital for x-rays after the crash and doctors saw this. that's the ring right in the
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middle of his esophagus. joel stefanson of martinez had to have it surgically removed and is in jail. >> really loved that girl. or something. time now 6:38. police believe they caught the thieves who ripped off a san francisco charity, coming up the latest on the valuable goods that were stolen. >> and the future of student athletes is on the line at university of california campus that may drop its sports program. >> the market just opened. k-c-b-s radio's financial re ason brooks. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. ,,
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good morning. 6:41. we'll have record-breaking high temperatures across the bay area today. 85 today in pacifica. low 90s in sunnyvale, cupertino, campbell, morgan
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hill up to 94 degrees. 96 gilroy. and in discovery bay, 96. 80s and 90s east of the bay today. 70s through the 80s to 92 in sonoma. and good morning to you in cloverdale! 94 degrees. >> can't forget cloverdale. in berkeley, two middle schoolers escaped a kidnapper's clutch during their walk home. the encounter happened when the students were near colusa and marin avenues heading home from king middle school. a man in a blue car offered the boys a ride home but they ran. the school sent out a letter monday warning parents about the incidents. berkeley police have been monitoring that area. police are looking for the vandals that have been tagging san jose city hall for weeks. taggers have been spray- painting the landmark government building. a homeless person who says she tried to stop some graffiti vandals was attacked. mayor sam liccardo says the city can't afford to have police on graffiti patrols but
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the staff is doing its best to keep the area spray-paint-free. >> it's not working being hit repeatedly. >> we are going to continue to get the graffiti off the walls quickly and make sure that we keep doing it and tire them out. >> the vandals involved in the attacks are still on the loose. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." we're actually going to -- [ pause ] >> check in with them -- hopefully -- in a couple of minutes. >> yeah. we have to find norah first. she is a little busy but we'll move on to this story. we're learning that police have arrested two people who they say stole from a local charity. police say these suspects broke into the make-a-wish foundation office in san francisco. they did it over the weekend stealing electronics and charity items including a scooter that was signed by a giants outfielder. that scooter has been recovered. police are still looking for a third suspect. okay. now we're going to check in with norah o'donnell who joins us from new york.
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>> yeah. she has the big show. she is in the big chair. and take it away, norah. >> reporter: it's always good to have a tease like that, tease me twice. she is coming up, coming up, coming up! [ laughter ] >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, frank and michelle. we're going to talk politics this morning with john dickerson and bob schieffer about whether last night's primary results will shake up the presidential race. plus, a closer look at donald trump's new plan to get mexico to pay for a border wall. will it work? and only on "cbs this morning," a big announcement about how your facebook page is about to change. the news is back in the morning. so we'll see you right at 7:00. >> see, it was worth the wait. >> it was. >> it was. [ laughter ] >> it was. have a great slow. >> have a good day. >> we'll see you at 7:00. in business news now, drug giant pfizer calls off a deal with allergen and bay area- based polycome is looking at a merger. >> let's chat about that and more with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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>> reporter: fallout from the rules aimed to prevent corporation tax conversions as pfizer calling off hits $160 billion merger with aler will again. that pfizer had wanted to move its headquarters to allergen to ireland to avoid paying taxes. the company said that made the deal untenable. pfizer will have to pay them $400 million in breakup fees. >> mytell could buy polycom for $1.7 billion. polycom specializes in network communications and employs about 3400 workers. stock market looking to turn positive after two straight losing sessions. yesterday was the worst day for the dow and the s&p in a month. today off to a mixed start.
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>> shares in polycom are up on the potential merger. frank and michelle, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. on to traffic now we have some issues in the south bay. here's gianna. >> it's been a busy ride out of the south bay new accident northbound guadalupe parkway at curtner over to the right shoulder. busy anyway. a live look at 101 at alum rock. we are seeing stop-and-go conditions as you work your way through there so that right out of the south way busy. give yourself a few extra minutes. some good news, an earlier accident that's been completely cleared out of lanes. traffic is at least a little bit better past there but our drive times 16 minutes 280/680 to highway 237 and guadalupe parkway in the yellow now so speeds under 45 miles per hour. slow-and-go as you go along the eastshore freeway westbound that accident at powell street out of lanes but the damage is done. already busy ride on the eastshore freeway adding to it though delays out of berkeley now because of that wreck. if you are headed towards the bay bridge you're going to see
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a backup there, as well. metering lights are on. about a 30-minute ride to go from the maze over into san francisco. 34 minutes off the eastshore freeway carquinez bridge to the maze. you might want to use bart instead. everything system wise is on time. 50 plus trains through the system. ace on time this morning. no delays for caltrain or muni metro. taking a look at conditions though in and out of san francisco, so far traffic is light. northbound 101 not doing too bad as you work your way out of south city into san francisco. northbound 280 extension a few brake lights working your way towards king street. your drive times though in the green. 20 minutes north 101, 92 to the 80 splits. car fire near sand hill. south 880 at "a" street this accident also cleared but busy southbound nimitz freeway before 238. stop-and-go into hayward. you're going to see delays down into fremont. delays building on san mateo bridge as more folks make that trek out of hayward into foster city. drive times 18 minutes now to
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go between 880 and 101. westbound 4 busy as well no accident just slow between hillcrest to 242, 13 minutes. not bad out of antioch. 680 southbound, delays out of pleasanton. stop-and-go conditions once again into the sunol grade and westbound 580 better. at least you have cars moving as you make your connector over towards 680. let's check the forecast. it's going to be hot. here's roberta. 6:48 this morning, joe one of our newest weather watcher has been so diligent checking in with us every, single morning and this morning he is reporting from san jose 49 degrees and say, hey, we're on our way up to the 90s. you're so spot on, joe! near and record high temperatures across the santa clara valley today. these are some of the records that were surely be broken. san jose 93 degrees. 198 the was a very hot spring. today we're forecasting 92 degrees, so within striking distance there in the santa clara valley. oh, taking another look this morning. this is supposed to be our ocean beach camera. don't know why it's switched up but i wanted to show you that
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the coast is clear. temperature-wise we are in the 40s and 50s as you step on out. you will need the sub block 91 degrees. we'll have one to two feet swells that's about knee high. semi glassy conditions. getting a little rougher during the late afternoon hours and be very mindful water temperatures 58 degrees if you venture into the water. today up 10 degrees in comparison to yesterday. in fact, it was 77 in san francisco. i'm forecasting 87 degrees, 81 in oakland and today 91 in oakland and berkeley. high 80s in the alameda area. high pressure is bubbling into the western states. this area of low pressure, let me show you how it's going to affect us. we have been jumping up and down talking about the heat wave, which will be short- lived. this is your thursday at this time increasing clouds from the south. one computer model suggests we could see some rain on thursday late day across the monterey bay area. it looks like by friday
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morning, it will be a wet morning commute with up to a quarter inch of rain scattered showers lingering into early saturday then a chance of rain on sunday and monday. 87 degrees state capital today. mid-60s high sierra. 78 degrees in monterey bay. can anybody say golf? i mean, pebble beach? it's going to be pristine. 90 fresno merced and modesto. our highs today 81 degrees in pacifica, 87 degrees in san francisco. 90s to the south, to the north. mid-90s towards discovery bay. it's a slight offshore wind northeast 5 to 15 late day. extended forecast, rain late thursday into friday. a scattered shower saturday. remaining unsettled and cool sunday through tuesday. i do believe we'll get more rain in here by wednesday, as well. but tonight, if you are lucky enough to see sonny gray on the mound for the good guys, game time temperatures mid-70s as the a's play game 3 against the chicago white sox.
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go, a's! and again, mid-70s, but trailing off very quickly afternoon sunset. one uc campus is letting students decide if sports are worth paying for. only on "5", emily turner explains the money and the stakes behind its choice. >> reporter: the uc-santa cruz banana slugs aren't known for athletics but they could be known as the first school in the uc system to do away with its athletics departmental together. >> you know, these are times when the university has to make hard choices. and athletics is one of the hard choices. we are here to educate students to provide them with research opportunities and to serve the state and athletics, you know, isn't core to that mission right now. >> reporter: in the $1 million the school spends on the program each year it would go elsewhere. so now, the financial burden and the ultimate decision falls to students. this year's end roleees will vote on whether it's worth keeping the division iii sports around. if they say yes, next year's students still have to approve a fee increase to fund them.
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if they say no, then the athletics program will begin winding down and next academic year will be the last. >> it's definitely enhanced my college experience here. it definitely made it more enjoyable and also just helped me transition into being here at college more. >> reporter: club sports would still be offered but the men's and women's soccer, basketball, cross-country, swimming and diving and women's golf and track will not. disappointing the almost 300 student athletes who were recruited to play there. >> i don't really think it is a large part of my experience in college therefore dues are already high so it wouldn't make sense to spend more money on something i don't really participate in. >> reporter: emily turner, kpix 5. 6:52. a san jose tech company is taking a bold stand. coming up, the political issue that has paypal calling off a deal. >> reporter: oakland officially declares a housing emergency. what the city council will
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kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. th n five things to know at the :55. republican ted cruz and democrat bernie sanders the big winners the day after the wisconsin primaries. the next contest the democratic caucus in wyoming, this saturday. it's followed by democratic and republican primaries in new york april 19. san jose-based paypal is canceling plans to expand into north carolina because of a new law in that state. the law restricts protections for lgbt people. >> san francisco's board of supervisors has passed legislation that gives new parents six weeks of fully paid time off. it's the first of its kind in the nation. mayor lee plans to sigh it. state law already calls -- to sign it. state law already calls for new
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parents to get 55% of their pay for six weeks. bart plans to unveil a new fleet of trains today. there will be 775 of them. the event set for 10 a.m. in the transit agency's hayward storage yard. the university of connecticut's women's basketball team has won an unprecedented fourth straight national championship. the lady huskies beat syracuse 8 2-51 in indianapolis last night. i'm jackie ward in oakland city hall where just a few hours ago, the council unanimously approved a housing emergency which means they approved a 90-day moratorium to focus on new regulations and policies that will hopefully help out the city's renters. mayor libby schaaf says one in four people are in danger of being displaced. that's one of the reasons hundreds of people attended the late meeting last night to hear the council and they heard emotional stories from people who say they're on the brink of losing their homes. the median rent in oakland is now $3,000 a month according to
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the council staff report. so even if a person is working full time, many renters argue it's just too much. >> people here are basically going to be living out of cars up on the freeways -- >> already. >> i know, but i mean it's going to be even more so. people who work every, single day. >> thank you so much. >> you're going to be concerned about other people in other countries and you can't take of your people that's here now. >> reporter: this past october the council approved an action to fund programs that would educate people of their rights as tenants. councilmember rebecca kaplan says the money hasn't been released s programs are not in place. landlords aren't excited about the moratorium. they say that this is a case of political showmanship. one landlord said he has been a property owner for 17 years in the city and has never evicted one person. in oakland, jackie ward, kpix 5. and checking traffic southbound 280 at sand hill road word of a bus fire over to the side of the road. eastbound sand hill on-ramp to
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280 the right lane is blocked there so a lot of activity in the area. slightly traveled on 280 right now so hopefully not too many delays now. busy westbound eastshore freeway. we had an earlier accident at powell street that's been cleared but you are slow coming away from highway 4 in pockets all the way down into berkeley as you head towards the bay bridge. you will find the metering lights on with delays out of the maze. sun-up at 6:48. you can see it right there in the traffic camera. this is what an offshore flow looks like. ever wonder? that's it. the coast is clear. ocean beach with a high temperature today in the low 80s. it is currently in san francisco nearly 60 degrees. 40s and 50s out the door this morning. later today into the 90s. it hasn't been on this hot on this day for 27 years. outside number today 96 degrees. it's a record-breaking day but short-lived. we'll have rain tomorrow through friday with a quarter inch of rain, unsettled through the period. so really the rain returning is the headline as much as the
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record-breaking highs. >> it's true. thank you for watching. see you at noon. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com ♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, april 6th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." ted cruz and bernie sanders crushed the front-runners in the wisconsin primaries, their victories create new uncertainty in the presidential race. donald trump finally unveils his plan to force mexico to pay billions of dollars for a border wall. but will it work? an a big, big change coming to your facebook page. we're launching the new feature right here on "cbs this morning." we begin this morning with a look at "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i don't know if the audience knows it but

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